Juxtaposed, these two properties are night and night-illumined. The eastern property might have just been built. Meticulously maintained, it renders ‘pristine’, for once, restrained. The property to the west, contrastingly, much older, betrays its age more out of neglect than maturity. Despite and still, the potential of the western property cannot be denied. It has both a wildness and a wiseness about it, as if its very timbers beckon seekers of erudition to sit at their feet.